1. Ways of shipping orders

  2. Shipping individual orders manually

  3. Shipping multiple orders in bulk

  4. Shipping orders automatically


Ways of shipping orders

There are 3 ways how you can ship your orders:

  1. Shipping each order individually with a manual process of selecting carriers, services & packaging. Perfect if you have a very low order volume.

  2. Shipping multiple orders in bulk with a manual process of selecting carriers, services & packaging for all orders at once.


    NOTE:

    • You can only bulk ship orders which will have the same carrier, service, and packaging.

    • You can only bulk ship orders with USPS, Royal Mail, and using your third-party carrier (Manual Shipments).

  3. Shipping automatically where carrier, service & packaging is automatically selected for all incoming orders by your predefined rules. This is the fastest way to ship orders via Multiorders.


Shipping individual orders manually

  1. Go to Orders and click on the New tab. Choose one order and click on the Ship Order button:

  2. A pop-up with order details will open. If you have Multiple Warehouses enabled, you will first have to select a warehouse for each ordered item from where it must be collected:

  3. If you don't have Multiple Warehouses, you just have to choose a courier straight away - we'll select Royal Mail in this case:

  4. A table will open where you need to enter package weight and measurements. If you are planning to use these values quite often, you can create a Package Preset with these values predefined and for the next shipment, select it from a dropdown under Package:

  5. Depending on the carrier and shipping destination you may have to add a Signature, Insurance, or select item category. Finally, choose Delivery Type and Service. If you want to ship your order in multiple packages, click on Enable Multiple Shipments.

  6. This will open a new popup where you can add additional packages by clicking on Add Parcel:

  7. Once you have finished filling in the details and adding additional packages if needed, click on Buy Shipments.

  8. That's it! Your shipment has been created and your order status is now updated to shipped on your sales channels with a tracking code and courier information.

    You can now print your shipping label by clicking on Prepare Label and any other documents like Invoice, Tax Invoice, Return Form, Picking List, or Delivery Note.

Learn How to view your label history and manifest shipments HERE


Shipping multiple orders in bulk

NOTE:

  • You can only bulk ship orders which will have the same carrier, service, and packaging.

  • You can only bulk ship orders with USPS, Royal Mail, and using your third-party carrier (Manual Shipments).

  1. Go to Orders and click on the New tab. Mark orders you want to ship and click on the Bulk Shipment button:

  2. A popup will open where you will see all of your selected orders on the left with arrows allowing you to expand their details. Click on your carrier to proceed:

  3. Another popup will appear where you have to select the packaging from your Presets dropdown - this will prefill the weight and measurements automatically or you can enter those values by hand.

    Depending on the carrier you will have to fill in all the details, select delivery type, service, and proceed by clicking on Buy Shipments:

  4. That's it! Your shipments have been created and your order statuses are now updated to shipped on your sales channels with a tracking code and courier information.

    You can now print all your shipping labels at once by clicking on Prepare All Labels. From this page, you can also print documents like Invoice, Tax Invoice, Return Form, Picking List, or Delivery Note:

Learn How to view your label history and manifest shipments HERE


Shipping orders automatically

Please refer to this article for using Shipping Automation.

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